PwC's 2022 Global Risk Survey

Embracing risk in the face of disruption

Seize the opportunity through strategic risk management capabilities 

The world is different than it was two years ago and so is the risk environment in which organisations operate. Change is fast and disruptive. 

The pandemic caused disturbance in the labour market and the supply chain. The current volatile geopolitical environment is further exacerbating supply constraints, heightening cyber risks, introducing rapidly evolving sanctions and putting safety and humanity at the forefront of all decisions. Ransomware attacks are more frequent and more sophisticated, no doubt a driver of cyber’s rise to the top threat to business among CEOs in our 25th Global CEO Survey

The changing work environment brought on by the pandemic continues to disrupt talent and labour markets. Supply shortages, sanctions and rising raw material costs are heightening risks within supply chains as organisations deal with upstream supply chain risks related to subcontractors and other fourth parties that further complicate risks. Customers, investors and other stakeholders are laser focused on ESG, including the physical and transition risks that a changing climate poses. Each of these risks can cause significant impacts, but because they are also highly interconnected, any one risk can initiate far-reaching implications across the enterprise and put brand and reputation at stake.

Our 2022 Global Risk Survey highlights five key actions that organisations should consider to drive their risk management capabilities forward and as well 5 top risks to revenue growth.

5 actions to consider to drive risk management capabilities forward

5 actions

Top risks to revenue growth

Top risks to revenue growth

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Julien Melotte

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